Most online shopping addicts have been surprised by the ICTA’s Communique published yesterday. I must admit that I was confused too and I immediately mailed ICTA so that I could get in touch with someone before I post anything on my blog. Without getting any reply to my mail, I gave them a call today…
Yashvin, pages of my life
According to this national regulatory authority for the ICT sector and the postal services, Mauritians might be more willing to purchase and carry out payment transactions without any fear on local e-commerce web sites displaying the “Trust Seal” awarded by the local authorities on several criteria.
For the past 30 minutes, I have been struggling to write this post, starting over again and again while trying to think how to share that feeling I have right now. That feeling of how badly Mauritius has been doing not only during this month but since the first days of the year itself.
If you always believed that the money in your pockets belong to you, you are completely right. But, be careful, the money might be yours but not the bank note!
Rien de mieux qu’un cyclone pour réaliser l’importance d’un téléphone portable! A l’annonce du cyclone, plus besoin de courir à la boutique du coin pour se procurer des bougies et batteries pour les torches ou radios! Le téléphone portable peut (pratiquement) tout faire!
If you read yesterday’s edition of l’express, you probably came across the article entitled ” Onze villages transformés en villes : le projet relancé?”. As mentioned, 11 villages might be upgraded to the status of “Town” soon if everything goes on smoothly on the administrative procedures.
By reviewing the new regulation forcing motorcycle riders to wear fluorescent jackets during both day and night since the 1st January 2014, the government has once more shown that decisions are taken haphazardly and that the population still hold some power!